2 edition of Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon found in the catalog.
Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon
Bibliography: p. 181-218.
|Statement||by Rick Minor and Audrey Frances Pecor.|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers ;, no. 12|
|Contributions||Pecor, Audrey Frances, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F882.W6 M56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||79318559|
> The “presumed extinct” reference is from publication,” Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon” , #12, (page 79 > actual location in PDF is page 90) Mark Hougardy Ap July 9, Hiking, Interpretation & Parks, Museums & Nature Centers, Oregon, Trip Reports, Urban Trails & Cities. Photo Credit: USFS Description. The West Cascades ecoregion extends from just east of the Cascade Mountains’ summit to the foothills of the Willamette, Umpqua, and Rogue Valleys, and spans the entire length of the state of Oregon, from the Columbia River to the California border. The topography and soils of the West Cascades ecoregion have been shaped dramatically by its volcanic past.
Cascadia Cave is a few miles east of the unincorporated Cascadia community, established in , and adjacent to Cascadia State Park and the Sweet Home Ranger District of the Willamette National Forest. The site of the rock shelter is owned by the Louis W. Hill family of Minnesotaand managed by Cascade Timber Consulting. WillametteCRA| | A full-service cultural resource management firm. Our in-depth knowledge of state and federal cultural resource requirements allows us to provide our clients with a full-range of professional services in all areas of cultural resource management, prehistoric and historical archaeology, architectural history, and ethnographic research.
Overview. One of the most gorgeous places in Oregon is the Willamette National Forest. Covering over million acres, the Willamette Forest has 7 major volcanic peaks, , acres of protected wilderness, and several rivers designated as Wild and Scenic. The forest extends miles along the western side of Oregon’s majestic Cascade. The Willamette National Forest is on the western slope of the cascades between Mt. Jefferson in the North and the Calapooya Mountains in the south. The four ranger districts are the Detroit, Sweet Home, McKenzie River, and Middle Fork. The Forest was originally part of the Cascade Range Forest Reserve in , and became a National Forest in
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Other Scholarly Content Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Resource Type: Book; Date Available: T+; Date Issued: ; Series: University of Oregon anthropological papers; no.
Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon. [Rick Minor; Audrey Frances Pecor]. Forest tend to occur in the following topographic situations:1) adjacent to large, dependable sources of water, such as lakes, springs.
and large streams; 2) on terraces and ridgetops above smaller streams; 3) on hillsides where rock outcroppings suitable for rockshelters and. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document.
The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and by: 3. Summary. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document.
The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and by: 1. Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest, western Oregon. Abstract. Gerald W. Williams Collectio.
present cultural resource overview represents a major step by the Wi11amette National Forest in the implementation of these directives. As specified in the agreement under which this project was conducted, the research here reported consisted primarily of a search of existinq documentary and archival records.
The purpose of this. Cultural Resource Inventory of the Willamette National Forest. Eugene: U of Oregon, Print. Minor, Rick, and Audrey F. Pecor.
Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon. Eugene: U of Oregon, Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no.
Minor, Rick, and Christine Pickett Author: David L. Doctor. Oregon State Historic Preservation Officer Regarding Cultural Resource Management in the State of Oregon by the USDA Forest Service. The National Environmental Policy Act is also a cultural resource management directive, as it calls for agencies to analyze the effects of their actions on social-cultural elements of the environment.
Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest: A Year Update. Heritage Research Associates No. 60, Eugene. Minor, Rick, Stephen Beckham, Phyllis Lancefield-Steeves & Kathryn Toepel Cultural Resource Overview of the BLM Salem District, Northwestern Oregon: Archaeology, Ethnography, History.
The forest has many steep, deeply dissected valleys in its' western portions. Two-thirds of the Willamette National Forest lies within the Western Cascades geologic province and contains some of the most productive forest land in the United States. Broad plateaus, broken by a line of. Minor, Rick.
Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest: A Year Update. Heritage Research Associates Rep Eugene, Oregon. Snyder, Sandra L. Prehistoric Land Use Patterns in the Central Oregon Cascade Range. Dissertation. University of Oregon, Eugene. Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon.
By Rick Minor and Audrey Frances Pecor.pg. OUT OF PRINT. PDF available. Email [email protected] for access. The Archaeology of Coffeepot Flat, South-Central Oregon.
By C. Melvin Aikens and Rick Minor. 86 pg. OUT OF PRINT PDF available. Cultural Resources OSU Research Forests has been and continues to be home to a diverse group of people.
Prior to European settlement, all of the land this is now part of the Research Forests supported indigenous families. These lands were used for hunting, gathering and. Willamette National Forest The Willamette National Forest stretches for miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Range in western Oregon.
The Willamette is one of the most diverse and productive forests in the National Forest System. forestland surrounding these parcels include Oregon State Parks, Marion County Parks, private industrial and non-industrial forestland and BLM.
Of the parcels in Marion County, nine of them, ranging in size from acres to acres, are located within the administrative boundary of the Willamette National Forest.
Agriculture - Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Gifford Pinchot National Forest R6-Ecola, p. Burns, R.E.,Cultural change, resource use and the forest landscape - The case of the Willamette National Forest: Eugene, Oregon, University of Oregon, Ph.D.
dissertation, p. Rick Minor, Stephen Dow Beckham, Phyllis E. Lancefield-Steeves and Kathryn Anne Toepel. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers # Department of Anthropology, U of Oregon, Eugene. () Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon.
Rick Minor and Audrey Frances Pecor. Oregon Indian Basketry Types and Dis tribution. Master's thesis, University of Oregon. Minor, Rick, and Audrey Frances Pecor Cultural Resources Overview of the Willamette National Forest, Western Or egon. University of Oregon Anthropo logical Papers No.
Riddell, Francis A. Maidu and Konkow. In: Handbook of North American. Managing Fire Effects Unit II C Cultural Resources. National Interagency Fire Training Center, USDA Forest Service.
On file, Western Archeological & Conservation Center, Tucson. The Trench Canyon Prescribed Burn: An Analysis of Fire Effects on Archaeological Resources Within the Sagebrush Steppe Community.
Johnson R.R Historical Records Inventory for the Willamette National Forest Forest Grazing Permits Kuhns J.C 0-Reconnaissance-CasCade Letter to the Forest Supervisor Minor and A.F Pecor Cultural resource overview of the Willamette National Forest Western Oregon University of Oregon Anthropological Papers No The Willamette National Forest is a National Forest located in the central portion of the Cascade Range of the U.S.
state of Oregon. It comprises 1, acres (6, km 2).Overacres ( mi 2, 1, km 2) are designated wilderness which include seven major mountain peaks.
There are also several National Wild and Scenic Rivers within the on: Oregon, USA.This plan takes a comprehensive, multi-resource approach to forest management. It presents guiding principles, a forest vision, and resource management goals that set the direction for a new management approach.
The plan describes the forest resources, explains the concepts for integrated forest management, and presents management strategies.